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Rubio: I'm Going To Punish Baldomir, Teach Him Respect!

By Miguel Rivera

There will be an explosion this Saturday at Estadio Miguel Aleman of Celaya, Guanajuato, where highly world ranked middleweight Marco Antonio "Veneno" Rubio (54-6-1, 47 KOs) will face former world champion Carlos "Tata" Baldomir (49-14-6, 15 KOs).

Baldomir has promised to knock Rubio's head off in two rounds or less. The veteran warned Rubio about a planned beating from corner to corner until the referee stops the fight. Rubio wants to make him pay for all of the pre-fight talk.

"He keeps saying that he's going to come here to defeat me and humiliate me. The only thing I can say is that in the ring I'm going to punish him, make him pay for all of his talk, and make him me respect in my country and before my people," Rubio said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ddangerous on 09-05-2012

[quote=lac'em up;12480300]when was the last time rubio punished anyone and when was the last time baldomir even fought? This is a lame fight.[/quote] ^^^this right here.

Comment by Lac'em up on 09-05-2012

When was the last time Rubio punished anyone and when was the last time Baldomir even fought? This is a lame fight.

Comment by joe strong on 09-04-2012

[QUOTE=JuanmaLopezATG;12479483]baldomir is an idiot for taking this fight[/QUOTE]i would say he is very smart for taking this fight. he will get a decent payday & if he wins then he is right back in the picture. if he loses he…

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